VMware is a well-known American cloud computing and virtualization technology company. It released the first bare bones version of Workstation Player in 2008. A year later, it added defining features like a graphical user interface, drag-and-drop improvements, and multi-monitor display.
In 2014, after an update, VMware Workstation Player stopped supporting 32-bit computers. In 2020, support for Windows 7 was dropped and is only available on Windows 8 or later (64-bit only) and the Linux operating system.
VMware Workstation Player is software for virtual machines (opens in new tab) Platform freely available for personal use. However, you have to pay for a license to use it commercially.
VMware Workstation Player Plans and Pricing
As mentioned, you can download the non-commercial version of this software for free. You have to pay $149 per device license for commercial use, which is quite expensive. If you are upgrading from a previous version,…